The other question regarding Dec 25th closed before I had a chance to respond to this, so I am posting it here.
"Gal... uhm... hun there was no such thing as December back then. The modern day calendar didn't exist until centuries later. So the "wise men" wouldn't know what you were talking about if you said "December"
(Comment by Anon)
Do you think I don't know that?? What I was saying, is that using OUR calendar, and looking at the stars back during that time (which the documentary explains how they determine the correct time frame), it can be determined that the Wise Men/Magi arrived in Bethlehem on Dec 25th. It has zero meaning to the people of that time, but it DOES have meaning for us, and the science of astronomy can prove this.
Here are parts 4 and 5 of the documentary called "Star of Bethlehem."
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